Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hai
Working as a Guide and bus driver in Jaisalmer, Arjun had always dreamed of being a famous singer. When he meets beautiful tourist, Naina Dixit, he impresses her with his singing, she encourages him to come to Bombay and try his luck there.
- Stars:Rati Agnihotri, Ali Asghar, Ruchi Bafna, Aarti Chhabria, Adi Irani, Nakul Kapoor, Viju Khote, Shashi Kiran, Anant Mahadevan, Navni Parihar, Neha Pendse, Girja Shankar, Kim Sharma, Dalip Tahil, Neeraj Vora,
- Director:Deepak Anand,
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(ca) wrote: Like I said in my review of the first one
(ca) wrote: If I could give this movie less than a half star, I would. The annoying incidental music and the re-affirmed stupidity of the adults, portrayed in the film as helpless heaps of idiocy makes the film an unbearable comedy of massive proportions. The children in it couldn't be uglier, or worse actors if they had actually came from a deserted island away from television and civilization.The music rises, loud and clear, boisterous and scary, to show the pregnant woman still sitting alone, taking pictures of a wall. Where's the excitement when the music doesn't indicate a thing? Whoever edited the sound for this film, never watched Jaws. Makinov should never sit in the director's chair again, I can't predict the demise of a film, but this is the movie that predicts the demise of a director.
(br) wrote: Extremadamente pretenciosa y simplona. Una pelcula profundamente olvidable, con una falta de historia y sentido imposibles. No la vea!
(kr) wrote: D - RONA..... and only RONA
(mx) wrote: It`s not often a TV movie is this gripping, but I literally would not leave my seat. The story was fast paced and exciting and Tom Selleck is brilliant. His character had a lot of depth and you really hope things will go well for him
(br) wrote: bored better was the first one
(es) wrote: Less tedious and indulgent than other painter-under-emotional-duress biographies, such as "Pollock" and "Max", Basquiat is actually sort of enjoyable.
(jp) wrote: Mesmer (the real one) was an incredibly odd guy. He was indeed forced out of Vienna and did indeed move to Paris. Paris was separated into a group who "fell for his trickery" and the others who believed he was nothing more than a charlatan. He would run his hands from the shoulders to below the diaphragms of his patients several times (occasionally for hours). Then he would play the glass harmonica (the bunches of bowls he had laid out) to calm the patient and conclude their treatment.I'm not sure how much of the following is true of the real Mesmer, but the scandal from this movie is that his healing techniques primarily work on young women. This can be difficult to see unless you're watching out for it at the beginning, but later on there is a scene that solidifies this as one of the main reasons people object to him so much.The movie itself seemed quite boring unless you A) really like learning about Mesmer, B) like Alan Rickman (as so many people do; the comments on the YouTube version of the movie I watched, however, were dripping with what could be labeled as nothing but Obsession Syndrome), or C) are interested in films where you must determine for yourself what is actually happening. I was in the B and C categories, but only slightly in A, and thus I enjoyed it, though not to the extent I wanted to. It just seemed awfully dry, and I don't like the whole wig thing. I did quite like the final scene with Rickman's closing, deep words.Watch this for Alan Rickman scenes, of which there are plenty. Don't watch this if you cannot or do not wish to appreciate the subtle intricacies with which he plays Mesmer. If you can't, it will likely seem rather deadpan.6.8/10.
(us) wrote: The first film to pair Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, and their interaction is the best part of the film. Overall the film drags a bit, but there are some very funny moments that make it worth sitting through. The climactic moment where the secret is revealed is extremely entertaining.
(mx) wrote: "Man from Deep River" (also known as "Deep River Savages", "Sacrifice!" and "The Man from the Deep River) has the notorious reputation for kickstarting the whole brutal Italian cannibal subgenre. To be honest that's how I actually heard of the film. However if you are a fan of this questionable subgenre you better change your expectations. Even though it's directed by Umberto Lenzi, the man responsible for two of the most notorious films in the genre with "Eaten Alive!" and "Cannibal Ferox", this is a far cry from the extreme nature of those films as this is more of a survival drama film with cannibalism only being an element in the picture instead of being the main focus.The plot is actually almost identical to the popular American western "A Man Called Horse" only substituting the western background with a jungle and changing the Native Americans to jungle tribes. So the film starts with a photo journalist visiting Bangkok with his girlfriend, who leaves his ass and he somehow kills a guy while drunk in the bar. On the run from the authorities he decides to hire a local to take him deep river so in order to take picture but it only serves him to get captured by a reclusive tribe and in turn forced to be a slave. The daughter of the tribes leader, who just happens to be smokin' hot, takes a liking to him and after proving himself to the tribe and their customs, he 'marries' the bitch and then knocks her up.The film is the life and times of living in a jungle tribe and if you've seen "A Man Called Horse" then you know exactly how the plot will unfold as it really is identical. Because of this I actually found the film do drag a bit. Even though it has the reputation of being a "cannibal film", it is actually more of a slow moving drama. Think of "Dances with Wolves" extreme Italian exploitation style.The whole story arc of our main character is extremely clunky and haphazardly strung together. The beginning of the film is horribly cut, to a laughable extent, as within 5 minutes of arriving in Bangkok his girlfriend leaves him and he ends up killing a guy in a bar. It's truly a "what the fuck" string of events that leads him to the jungle and just left me shaking my head.For an Italian exploitation film the acting is acceptable but it is no where it needs to be in order to realistically portray the love between the man from the city and the tribal beauty. Ivan Rassimov, whom I knew from numerous Spaghetti Westerns, and Me Me Lai, who shows off her glorious nude body on numerous occasions, just seem wooden together.Enough of that 'plot' stuff, you're wondering about the CANNABLISM. Don't worry my friends, it's coming. Apparently the rival of our main tribe is a ferocious cannibal tribe that lives further up the mountain. We get to see this cannibal tribe in full on bloody glory when they attack a female tribe member and Umberto Lenzi spares no carrnage as he full on shows this graphic attack. The scene, though extremely gruesome, proved popular enough for Lenzi to re-use as stock footage in his next cannibal-fest "Eaten Alive!"Of course with these type of films 'cannibalism' isn't' the only exploitative element. Lenzi also loads up the film with tribal nudity and sex scenes. There is also a few instances of real life animal killings, an element the genre would be known for and also the one element I despise in these films.Overall "Man from Deep River" is a survival drama with a serious douse of Italian exploitation and because of this it will fail to truly enthrall audiences. It's too dramatic and drab for fans of Italian extreme cinema and it's too exploitative and brutal for fans of survival dramas. Needless to say, for better or worse, it was a hit in the underground circle for it's one, pinnacle cannibalism scene and the setting and that one scene would go on to inspire a slew of imitators, all more bloody and extreme than the next so the grindhouse theaters would be flowing with gore for years to come.
(jp) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)
(us) wrote: An unusual offering from director Anthony Mann is this offbeat Southern Gothic farce. Great over the top characters - Robert Ryan's Ty Ty, in particular, is easily one of his best roles - and overheated Deep South melodrama brimming with sexual energy. Unfortunately, it's also overlong and awkwardly paced, making it only a minor classic. Great score by Elmer Bernstein.
(jp) wrote: Rio is an animated film by Blue Sky Studios that stars Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway in a pretty simple premise that is just about a Spix's macaw that got lost and wanted to go back to his owner, while also being chained up to a female bird of his own kind. With the premise like that, you know exactly where it's going without a doubt, but the journey of it is actually a pretty funny and entertaining one. The voice acting is great, and it doesn't feel like I'm just listening to A list casting. Most of the jokes get a laugh out of me, and the songs are catchy to listen. The animation is beautiful to look at, and when it shows Rio, it looks really nice even though it's animated. There are some nice scenes between Jesse and Anne as they have good chemistry together. The villains are your typical bad guys and just they just felt like the three stooges to me, which would've been fine, if they were more funny which they had some moments there, just not enough, except for Nigel who's a fun villain. During the final act, some of the jokes start to fall flat here and there, and you know exactly where it's leading to which is fine, kids films need a happy ending, just something not this obvious. As it is, Rio is a great film that knew what it wanted to be, and it'll entertain both the kids and adults